Log Still Concert Series to Kick Off With Lee Brice


February 15, 2024

Log Still Distillery The Amp live music

Log Still Distillery announced the return of live music to Nelson County with its 2024 concert season at The Amp (225 Dee Head Road).

This season promises an exciting lineup of performances, opening with country music star Lee Brice on May 10. The Amp at Log Still Distillery seats 2,300 and is set to host a series of live concerts nearly every weekend from May through October, showcasing a diverse array of nationally known artists.

“We are excited to once again offer a unique experience that combines the best of Kentucky spirits and live music in a setting you can only experience here,” Wally Dant, Log Still Distillery co-founder, said. “The Amp is not just a venue. It’s a destination where music lovers and bourbon enthusiasts alike can come together to enjoy music set against the idyllic backdrop of Kentucky’s natural beauty.”

The 2024 concert season at The Amp features an impressive roster of artists across various genres, ensuring there’s something for everyone. From country to rock, blues to folk, guests will be treated to an unforgettable experience in a picturesque setting. The season will start on May 10th with country music artist Lee Brice performing hits such as “One Of Them Girls,” “Hard To Love,” “Woman Like You,” and more.

To purchase tickets or for more information on the 2024 concert season, distillery tours, accommodations, and other amenities at Log Still Distillery, please visit www.logstilldistillery.com

About Log Still Distillery

Guided by Wally Dant and cousins Lynne and Charles Dant, Log Still is built on old distillery land and reimagined to create a unique bourbon and family destination. Featured products include the Monk’s Road line of Kentucky bourbons and gins and Rattle & Snap Tennessee Whiskey line. Log Still anchors a pastoral campus that includes an outdoor amphitheater, a 20,000-square-foot wedding and events venue, multiple B&Bs, a private train depot, and a walking path surrounding a 12-acre fishing lake.